In these unprecedented times, we continue to live out the mission of the GTU by drawing from the wisdom in our world’s religious traditions and bringing those insights into conversation with our modern moment. The following resources provide ways we can build spiritual community, but they are not an exhasutive list. We also invite you to our new initiative "Spiritual Care and Ethical Leadership for Our Times" where each Friday beginning March 23 on the GTU Voices blog we will hear from GTU scholars who offer inspiration and insight on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you for your support of the Center for Islamic Studies at the GTU! We rely upon the support of friends like you to provide students the opportunities to learn and apply their knowledge.
We ask that you make a gift to support the Center for Islamic Studies and the students here who pursue work that challenges and counters Islamophobia and enhances interreligious understanding. Your gift is zakat-eligible, and will provide financial aid to students in need enrolled at CIS. Please also consider making a sustaining gift to the fund by selecting the monthly recurring donation option.
The following Spring 2018 courses are recommended for students enrolled in the Women's Studies in Religion certificate program. Note that courses not on this list can also be counted toward the certificate if the final paper/project relates to themes connected to women/gender.